After Chase leaves, Patrick tells Nick he has to do something. Nick has a conscience and says Chase is kind of right, but Tripp finds this to be "rubbish," because covering up Ellen's death was only to avert misunderstanding. And she tried to kill Patrick, remember? Yes, Tripp, we all remember. And that would have been a great argument if you'd come forward immediately. But now it won't play so well. Tripp doesn't want Chase agitated, since he's the uncle of Tripp's grandchildren. He wants Nick to talk to him and find out what he wants in order to feel safe.
Lisa's looking at an art gallery with a snobby art gallery renter (I don't know what he is exactly, since he seems to have weird requirements and standards, so I don't think he's your typical realtor/leasing agent), telling him that she attracts clients such as Lucy Lawless. Snobby art gallery renter scoffs that Lucy doesn't qualify as an art dealer. Lisa thinks anyone with taste qualifies, but snobby tells her that Bill Gates parks his helicopter on this building and Bono eats sushi here, so he's not just going to rent to some lady he's never heard of who sells art to Lucy Freaking Lawless. I mean, he hated Xena: Warrior Princess anyway, and can't get into all that weird Cylon stuff on Battlestar Galactica (he doesn't say this, but he clearly didn't like the Lawless name drop). He, in fact, calls her a "second-rate client." I kept wanting Lisa to play the Darling card here, but I guess that would make her a hypocrite, so it's good she didn't (especially if she just finds a new gallery later instead of eventually playing that card). She just gets pissy and leaves.